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Published on December 10, 2008

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Summary of the Discussion : Summary of the Discussion Summary of Evidence vs Theory : Summary of Evidence vs Theory Scientific theories cannot be proven, only disproven. If they are not disprovable, they are not scientific. NA means they are not disprovable. Romans 1:20 : Romans 1:20 “For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.” Why Does Darwin Persist? : Why Does Darwin Persist? When people are taught a world view from their child hood, they defend it fanatically, not because it is true, but because it is part of who they are. Slide 6: The Jews of the new testament fanatically denied that Jesus was not the Messiah because He overturned the establishment. Today, some Palestinians and other Arabs fanatically hate Jews and the U.S. because that is what they have been taught from childhood. Evolutionists are vehemently opposed to Creation because they have been taught Evolution since childhood. It’s time to break the cycle. Why Evolution? : Why Evolution? “People prefer to believe what they prefer to be true.”—Francis Bacon 2 Timothy 4:3-4 “For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths.” Benefits of Evolution : Benefits of Evolution Justifies conquering other people. The doctrine of Manifest Destiny says that if another people are mere savages, they deserve to lose their land. The establishment conveniently holds that Native Americans came across the Bering Straits land bridge in 13000 BC as primitive nomads, despite the testimony of Native historical accounts to the contrary. Slide 9: Comforts us to complacency because we are the best thing that’s come along and we are getting better. It’s easier to take what we already know and extrapolate it back into the past, than to study the past and gain new knowledge on what is scientifically possible. Get’s rid of God/moral accountability No God means we control our fate No God means we are god. Evolution Self Destructs : Evolution Self Destructs Some would argue that teaching origins in school is useless. It is not needed for understanding the laws of physics or any other science, nor is it needed for any skill. This is true, but only if Evolution is taught. Evolution teaches that the present is the key to the past. Therefore, studying the past will not give new scientific insights. When Evolution sees something that does not fit the paradigm, it automatically concludes that it is a fake or ignores it entirely. Slide 11: Creation teaches that what happened in the past was altogether different. Therefore, studying the past will lead to scientific insights. When Creation sees something that does not fit the paradigm, it seeks to discover how it is possible. It already has discovered new things: the sonic bloom agricultural method improves production, the hyperbaric biosphere alters the proteins of living systems with potential for pharmaceutical discoveries. Slide 12: Creation, if taught, would improve the scientific disciplines because it facilitates discovery. Since Evolution teaches survival of the fittest, and Creation results in superior technology, Evolution predicts it’s own demise as an inferior contributor to the survival of its adherants.

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